MP POWER & AGILITY
We train all of our Mtn Peak athletes in-house through our program MP Power & Agility, located on our mezzanine. Keeping the training in-house will allow us to better work with our athletes' busy schedules, focus our training on volleyball-specific workouts, and provide training to more of our teams and athletes.
Many teams will have some trainings included during part of their club season. All athletes will have the option to add-on training sessions throughout the club season as well as during the summer and fall. Our objective with MP Power & Agility is to accelerate an athlete's progression in volleyball by focusing on power, agility, speed, and injury prevention.
During the summer months, we offer a 6-week Power & Agility program. This program is limited to 8 athletes per session to ensure focus on each athlete's technique and progression throughout the program. Girls and boys in 9th-12th grade are invited to participate. The program will start the week of June 14 and end the week of July 31. Due to busy summer schedules, we have allocated an extra week during this time that athletes are able to miss and still complete the 6-week program. Trainings will be three times per week and the program fee is $165/athlete.
Other programs offered are the Vertical Flight Program and Personal Training. For information of these programs, contact Trainer Mike Tupola at .
Head of MP Power & Agility
Michael was born in Kahuku, Hawaii and later moved to the Island of Moloka’i where he grew up. He has 3 siblings (2 brothers and a sister). He is married to Tanza Tupola who is a current Mountain Peak Coach. They met while attending Brigham Young University-Hawaii.
Michael completed his Bachelor’s degree at Brigham Young University-Hawaii in Exercise and Sports Science - Health and Wellness. He later attended the University of Utah for his graduate program and received his master’s degree in Exercise Physiology - Coaching Wellness. He is currently certified as a personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and is preparing to take the certified strength and conditioning specialist exam through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
While at Brigham Young University-Hawaii, Michael worked as an assistant to the strength and conditioning coach. In this capacity he was able to work with numerous teams from Women’s volleyball to Men’s and Women’s basketball. Since moving to Logan, he has been involved in training Mountain Peak athletes.
Bachelor's from BYU-H
Master's from U of U
MP Power & Agility Trainer
McCall graduated from Utah State University with her degree in Exercise Science. While attending USU, she interned at Athletic Republic for six months training athletes from many different sports. It was at AR that she found her passion for training athletes. She currently trains at both MP Power & Agility and Athletic Republic. McCall also helps with the strength and conditioning program for Ridgeline High School's volleyball program.
McCall is in the process of receiving her personal training certification through ACSM.
ACSM Certification pending
MP Power & Agility Trainer
Kenedi is an Exercise Science major while also pursuing a minor in Yoga. Once she completes her undergraduate degree, she plans to earn her Masters in Sports Medicine.
Kenedi has had two years of personal training experience and is working towards certification. She has also coached volleyball for three years now. Her goal is to give her clients knowledge and progress in strength and conditioning.